Charles Eames Style Furniture

Charles Eames, a US-born architect and furniture designer known today for his furniture design rather than his residential projects, was one of a few designers in the 1930-the 1940s who was highly influenced by Finnish and Danish designers of the time. Later on, designing with Eero Saarinen he designed the Trophy for the 'Organic Design" awards (New York). Always fascinated with bent plywood for its malleability as individual layers, and ease of molding then rigid once formed and dry, leading to Eames designing many practical/functional pieces of furniture for the US Navy during the 2nd World War. After leaving his first wife for Ray Kaiser, Charles Eames move to move to LA, where they carried on architecture and furniture design. Later on, after the war Charles Eames expressed a more creative side, focusing on commercial and residential furniture designs, whilst still maintaining his career in Architecture, he designed the famous Eames Lounge Chair or otherwise known as 670 chairs. During the late '50s onwards Charles & Ray Eames created more designs in fiberglass and plastic resin, with stainless still bases, and cast aluminum moldings for commercial office chair collections. Re-nowed today as one of the world's most iconic designers it still stands the test of time as every aspiring interior designer's go-to piece for their next masterpiece. Please note, that all content and products we offer are in the style of the designs from the 1920s to 1970s and are not to be considered licensed products. Any descriptive content throughout this website is purely for educational purposes only and does not form a part of associations with any trademarks.  Our product shape and design are to encompass, aesthetic and organic designs from that genre. All products you see on the website are the products you will receive no library photos or adaptations.

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